"Two Hydrogen-Bonded Spiral Configurations of the Polypeptide Chain." Page 1. October 13, 1950
"Two Hydrogen-Bonded Spiral Configurations of the Polypeptide Chain." October 13, 1950. Page 1  Larger Images / More Information. 3 pp.  View Transcript

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  • Bill from the East Pasadena Harold to AHP for $2.00. Informs her that the subscription entitles her to the use of their Classified columns without charge. Handwritten note indicates that it was paid. [Filed under LP Biographical: Business and Financial: (Assorted Bills, Receipts and Invoices, 1945-1950.), Box #4.059, Folder #59.3]
  • Letter from Arthur Cherkin, Vice President and Director of Research, Don Baxter, Inc, to LP RE: States they will gladly supply the Texas group with oxypolygelatin solution needed for their clinical evaluation and expect to have the tested solution ready for shipment before the end of November. [Letter from LP to Arthur Cherkin October 2, 1950] [Filed under LP Science: (Materials re: Oxypolygelatin Blood Plasma Substitute, 1945-1951), Box #6.003, Folder #3.2]
  • Letter from Irving R. Sherman, Department of Chemistry, Purdue University, to LP RE: Asks LP to give him a recommendation for the National Cancer Institute. Includes information about some of his projects and findings to show LP that he is qualified. [Filed under LP Correspondence: (S: Correspondence, 1950), #378.4]
  • Letter from LP to Dr. J. L. Franklin, Humble Oil & Refining Company, RE: Thanks him for the letter and states that he received a check for his expenses. States that he is giving his regular lectures, including a graduate course on The Nature of the Chemical Bond. States that he has found some of the ideas he tried out in Baytown to be useful in teaching this course.. [Letter from Franklin to LP, October 4, 1950] [Filed under LP Speeches: 1950s.19]
  • Letter from LP to E. L. McClintock RE: Responds that he has no idea of the nature of McClintock’s theories. LP continues to point out that it is almost impossible to remove laws of attraction. States that he would need to see a brief statement of McClintock’s theories before he can give his opinion. [Note from McClintock to LP, October 11, 1950] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (M: Correspondence, 1950), #256.1]
  • Letter from LP to Syuzo Seid, Department of Chemistry, Osaka University, RE: States that he is glad to know that Seid is going to translate his General Chemistry into Japanese. Encloses portrait and a statement for the preface. Handwritten note: “Sent 10/12/50.” [Letter from Seid to LP July 4, 1950, Letter from LP to Freeman October 3, 1950 and Letter from October 25, 1950] [Filed under LP Books: 1947b6.2]
  • Letter from LP to W. H. Taylor, Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge, RE: Thanks him for the information about his work on hydroxyproline. Tells him that the appropriate structure Zussman described in the note is the same as that determined here. Discusses their investigations on this subject. [Letter from Taylor to LP, October 6, 1950] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (Taylor, W. H.), #405.8]
  • Letter from Niels Bjerrum to LP RE: Discusses his work on the structure of ice. Says he has read LP’s paper on the zero point entropy of ice and points out an error in the calculation of the number of configuration existing for an ice crystal. [Filed under LP Correspondence: (B: Correspondence, 1951) #37.18]